What Does a Herpetologist Study?


A herpetologist studies reptiles and amphibians for the purposes of conservation, research as well as education. Herpetologists are usually found working in museums, universities and other learning institutions. Their job description also includes naming and classifying reptiles as well as amphibians.
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A herpetologist is a type of zoologist that studies amphibians such as salamanders and newts, and reptiles, such as crocodiles and lizards.
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